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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Black Hand"

    2015/04/18
    Jeong-woo (played by Kim Sung-soo) is a male surgeon. Yoo-kyeong (played by Han Go-eun) is his surgeon girlfriend. Neither of them are terribly bright. I mean, obviously they have medical expertise. But Jeong-woo is really bad at keeping secrets. And Yoo-kyeong has a rather unhealthy fascination with dark holes. The entirity of "Black Hand" is a mystery as we try to guess which of these two apparently dumb people has masterminded the film's atmosphere of shock horror,...More
  • Korean movie opening today 2015/04/16 in Korea

    2015/04/16, Source
    Korean movie opening today 2015/04/16 in Korea: "Black Hand",...More
  • "Black Hand" scarier without the ghost

    2015/04/15, Source
    The first horror film of the year "Black Hand" had a media day at the Wangsipri CGV in Seoul. The movie tells the story of the horrible things that happen to Go-eun (Yoo Kyeong), who had a hand inosculation, and her boyfriend and surgeon, Kim Sung-soo (Jeong-woo). The characters of the movie are doctor Kim Sung-soo who has a promising future, his secret mistress Han Go-eun and Shin Jeong-seon, daughter of the director of the hospital who envies them. The characters are typical and the relationships between the characters are also not something we haven't seen before,...More

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